The most underrated walking in the British Isles.

Wales may be less frequently visited than other parts of the UK – by international travellers, at least – but the opportunities are endless for walkers. It’s tough to find a more accommodating bunch than the Welsh and wherever you travel – from the coast to the mountains – you’ll encounter local people whose hearts are as big as their smiles. The Pembrokeshire region, through which the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path travels, packs a mind-boggling amount of history, culture and beauty into a tiny pocket of the UK, where the sun sets over world-class beaches as walkers and medieval castles watch on in silence.

Walks Through Wales

Browse our selection of walks through Wales